Textile care: Modern textile dermatitis
Textile hygiene is one of the best things a woman can do for her skin, says a former patient of a Mumbai hospital who says she has been denied a cosmetic procedure by the medical establishment.
The woman, who did not want to be named, was told that her treatment had failed, but she said she was afraid of losing her job, the newspaper reported on Monday.
The doctor who treated her said it was not the first time she had been denied cosmetic treatment.
“The dermatologist said to me that I should stop using makeup.
He said the dermatologist could not tell whether I was allergic to any particular product,” the woman, a nurse from an industrial city, told the newspaper.
“He said that I was just not in the right state to be treated.”
The woman was diagnosed with modern textile dermatosis in 2008, according to the paper, and in February this year, she applied for a cosmetic operation, but was told she would need to be seen by a dermatologist.
The patient had gone to the dermatology clinic to have her hair cut and then was told the hair had been removed.
She had then been told that she needed to have the operation again.
The operation was scheduled for February 27.
The women was not allowed to leave the hospital because she did not have permission from the dermatological clinic to go to the appointment.
The hospital told the woman that it would be an “error”, and that she could come back for the operation.
The nurse who treated the woman has been approached by the Times of Indian for comment.
According to the woman who spoke to the newspaper, she had not received any compensation for her treatment.
It is unclear what prompted the woman to seek treatment for her dermatitis.
The newspaper reported that the hospital said it does not comment on matters related to its patients.
The Times, however, quoted a Mumbai-based doctor who was also involved in treating the woman as saying that he did not think the patient had suffered a serious skin problem.
“It was a very minor case,” Dr Ashish Choudhury told the paper.
“There was no indication that she was allergic.”
“The patient was asked if she was wearing any makeup, she said yes,” he added.
“She was also asked if there was anything in her body which she could do to prevent her from getting the operation.”